Submitted: Bryant Bank

FOLEY, ALABAMA - On Thursday, May 9th, Bryant Bank Foley will offer Foley and Baldwin County residents the opportunity to have paper records and data storage materials shredded and recycled during a free Community Shred Day.  This free event aims to raise public awareness of the need to securely destroy confidential material in order to prevent identity theft and fraud, as well as to encourage people to recycle more.

"As a community bank, we care about our community and want to protect others against identity theft and consumer fraud.  This is why Bryant Bank is glad to offer this free event to Baldwin County citizens on May 9th,” said Donna Finch, Bryant Bank’s Foley branch manager.

On-site trucks will collect materials from 10 am to 2 pm at the Foley bank branch, located at 1502 North McKenzie Street, Foley, Alabama, 36535. Accepted paper items include: old bills, check stubs, health information, or any other confidential information that has accumulated over the years.  Staples, paper clips, folders or rubber bands do not need to be removed from documents.  Items such as old credit cards, thumb drives, and drivers licenses will not be accepted.  Hamburgers, hotdogs and beverages will also be served for those that drop off materials.

"With identity theft and consumer fraud being something that happens way too often, Bryant Bank understands the importance of taking action. This event will provide the means to securely dispose of documents which decreases the risk of identity theft dramatically and we hope that Baldwin County residents will take advantage of this opportunity,” said Finch.

Bryant Bank opened in 2005 and is headquartered in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Bryant Bank’s vision is to see Alabamians experience a financially stable future and live in a thriving community.  To accomplish this, we put care into action to help others invest in their full potential.  We care because Alabama is our home too.  The Bank operates in the Huntsville, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa and Baldwin County markets with 15 branches and offers personal, business, and mortgage banking services. For more information, visit  Member FDIC.  Equal Housing Lender.

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